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The Other Beckham: OBJ's Cousin Chasing Improbable Odds of an NFL Career

Terron Beckham wants to make a name for himself. As the cousin of superstar New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Terron Beckham lives in the shadow of greatness, but he hopes to blaze a trail all his own. His path isn't tied...Show More Summary

Retired Peyton Manning Belts Out 'Rocky Top' at Tennessee Bar

As if it wasn't clear already, Peyton Manning loves him some "Rocky Top." Manning is about one month into retirement and doesn't appear to be just sitting at home doing nothing. Rather, he's getting up on a stage at a Tennessee bar and belting out one of the state's most beloved songs. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Plan for the NFL to Regain the High Ground

It's been an interesting few years for the NFL. And by interesting, I mean awful. There was Deflategate, which spawned a civil war between Iron Man and Captain America, er, Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft. The case, incredibly, is still going. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall Nominated for Sports Emmy for Work on Showtime

New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall isn’t just a superstar on the field. He is also an Emmy-nominated television personality. Marshall took to Instagram on Thursday to announce he was nominated for an Emmy for his work on Showtime’s...Show More Summary

Greg Cosell's draft preview: Jared Goff's strengths and flaws

I see a lot of good traits in Cal quarterback Jared Goff. His size, throwing ability and pocket attributes are all first-round pick worthy. I think Goff is a more natural and better overall thrower than Marcus Mariota. Overall I think he’s a better prospect than Mariota or Jameis Winston, who went with the first two picks of last year’s draft. Show More Summary

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Is It Still OK to Love Football?

1. The emotions of football How should you feel about football? This is a big question. This is maybe the sports question of our generation. It's the question the NFL fears many people are asking. Because if many people are asking it—and...Show More Summary

Big Questions Trevone Boykin Needs to Answer at TCU's Pro Day

Former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin is trying to disprove people’s assumptions this week. TCU will hold its pro day Thursday morning, giving NFL teams a closer look at Boykin and his teammates. Boykin will try to answer numerous questions...Show More Summary

Talented DE DeForest Buckner Shows Limited Skill Set

Heading into the 2015 college football season, the defensive lineman who was nationally labeled as a "freak" with superhuman length was Baylor's Shawn Oakman. The former blue-chip recruit by way of a Penn State transfer made a splash...Show More Summary

Laquon Treadwell Doesn't Need Elite Speed to Succeed in the NFL

Very few young athletes step into the NFL with complete skill sets. Those who do are considered elite prospects. There isn't an elite wide receiver prospect available in this year's draft class. Despite this perception, successful wide...Show More Summary

Christian Hackenberg's Glorified Freshman Campaign Did Not Show Future Star QB

As much as we'd like to hope narratives wouldn't influence how the media ranks NFL draft prospects, they often do. The only way the public can appropriately judge individual media scouts' evaluation processes is by how accurately their projections reflect on draft day. Show More Summary

Coaches Fear the NFL's New Ejection Rule Could Lead to 'The Goon Scenario'

An NFL coach outlined a scenario after the league officially passed a rule Wednesday that two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties on a player will now lead to ejection. He called it "the goon scenario." Early in a game, a star player gets a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct. Show More Summary

Robert Griffin III Can Nuke the Cleveland Browns QB Graveyard

This is what you will read a lot of over the next 24 hours: Robert Griffin III just became another crumbled skeleton pile in the Browns' quarterback graveyard. Cleveland is a place where quarterbacks go to die. In Cleveland, no one can hear a quarterback scream. It is remarkable, the number of careers that have cratered there. Show More Summary

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, 75, almost got in business fistfight

How's this for a first-world problem: Two billionaires nearly got into a fistfight at a real estate meeting in New York over a 421-a tax exemption. Thug life. One of the billionaires just happened to be Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross,...Show More Summary

The Pats Aren't Going Anywhere, and Deals Like the Martellus Bennett One Are Why

You hate the Patriots. Yes, I'm talking to you. You live outside of the New England area. Every time you see Tom Brady, you want to punch yourself in the gonads. Bill Belichick's face makes you want to puke. "You hate us 'cause you ain't us." Ugh. Show More Summary

NFL Competition Committee Announces 2016 Rule Proposals

The NFL competition committee announced proposed rules changes for the 2016 season on Thursday. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the proposals will be considered next week. Among the proposed rules, a prominent theme is instant replay and challenges. Show More Summary

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: The Impact of the NFL's CTE Admission

1. Players retiring early is no longer a fluke Packers defensive lineman B.J. Raji semi-retired Monday. He's just 29. He joins a growing list of players who have recently retired with years left in the gas tank—names like Calvin Johnson, Jason Worilds, Marshawn Lynch and Jerod Mayo. Show More Summary

Emmanuel Sanders' Grandma Has No Idea About Mark Sanchez's 'Butt Fumble'

The Denver Broncos acquired quarterback Mark Sanchez from the Philadelphia Eagles last week, and now the grandmother of Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders has a question. What is this "butt fumble" everyone is talking about? All right, those may not be her exact words—in fact, her phrasing is even better. Show More Summary

Why Will Fuller Should Be the New England Patriots' No. 1 Draft Target

The New England Patriots' free-agency inaction has reaffirmed a growing sentiment concerning the team's progression into next season: offensive line improvement isn't its main area of concern. Adding a speedy, big-play wide receiverShow More Summary

What in the World Are the Cleveland Browns Doing in Free Agency?

Sometimes it feels as though the Cleveland Browns operate as a franchise that is simply happy to be part of the NFL. They don't need fancy things like high-quality players or a functional front office or wireless Internet, because unless the league adopts a relegation system, they're entrenched as members of the club. Kind of surprising. Show More Summary

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